Guidelines for contributors
Contributions may cover theoretical and applied discussion of contemporary issues, review research in particular fields, report on specific research, describe recent technical developments and contribute to debate in a wide range of areas including foundations of instructional science, practice of instructional design in education and training, instructional delivery technologies, management and administration of instructional technology, evaluation of instructional design input, and future developments.
Since so much of current development occurs in a multi-disciplinary context, perspectives reflecting specific discipline approaches are encouraged.
In addition to considering reports of empirical investigations - which will usually follow standard presentation - the e-JIST will consider presentations, especially of on-going research and developmental or innovative work, which do not fit orthodox presentation format.
Authors are advised to avoid sexist or offensive language and typescripts must be original and not, in any way, a breach of copyright (electronic or otherwise). While the e-JIST retains copyright of all original materials, the contributor retains the right to use, after publication in the journal, all or part of the contribution in a modified form as part of any subsequent publication.
For details of how to format and submit your document, please read the submission guidelines.